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Posted on: May 18, 2020

Water shutoff notice for 25th Street project

Temporary water service interruptions will continue at properties in the blocks surrounding 25th Street as part of the 25th Street reconstruction project. The water service interruptions are necessary to install water valves. For most properties, the service interruption is expected to last one day (during the hours listed.) In some cases, it could take longer (up to three days, though this is not anticipated.)

We understand water service interruptions are a major inconvenience to residents and businesses, and ask for your patience with this process. Water service interruptions have already started and will continue with different areas being affected at different times. The contractor has placed door notices alerting residents to the water shutoff. These are generally placed on the front door, however, if a home has a gate or if the front door is inaccessible then it will be left on the gate or mailbox.

The next water shutoff begins Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
THE AFFECTED SHUT OFF ZONES WILL BE:
29TH Street to 25TH Street Ave O
25th Street to 23rd Street Ave O

The following properties will be affected Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

THE AFFECTED SHUT OFF ZONES WILL BE:
29TH Street to 25TH Street Ave O ½
25th Street to 24th Street Ave O ½
27th Street from Ave O ½ to Ave P
27th St to 28th St from Ave O ½ to Ave P (alley)
28th Street from Ave O ½ South to the alley

The following properties will be affected Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., though if any issues present could be rescheduled for May 26th. 

THE AFFECTED SHUT OFF ZONE WILL BE:
Ave P from 29th Street to 25th Street
Ave P from 25th Street to 24th Street
24th Street between O ½ and P
Alley between O ½ and P from 24th Street to 23rd Street

If you live within these zones, please plan for water service interruptions for at least one day. If you have any questions, you may contact Main Lane at 713-896-3141 or the superintendent at 713-429-2617.


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